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My 12 rules of food (warning: contains butter)

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My mother, who was a girl during WWII but did have easy access to butter, switched to margarine after the war when it was marketed as some sort of luxury food! To this day she still uses it, applied to her toast or bread about half an inch thick! When I stayed with her recently, the first thing I did was buy some butter for my needs.

 

Still, she has just turned 90 and is fit and well. It must be all the preservatives!


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My parents house always had margarine, but my Granny always had butter.  She’d always make my brother and I butter and sugar sandwiches on white bread when we were kids.  She was from west Texas and gave me my love of sweet tea, fried okra and fried eggplant.

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9 hours ago, boudin noir said:

Hate peas. Fall off fork. Often starchy. Except for sugar snap peas.

 

Try canned peas if you can get past the color.

 

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